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From Antonio Packery <Antonio.Pack...@t-systems.co.za>
Subject AD LDAP authentication failing post CS 4.2.1 to CS 4.3 upgrade
Date Fri, 04 Apr 2014 09:36:29 GMT
Hi,

Since upgrading to CS 4.3 my AD LDAP authentication no longer works.  All my previous do seem
to have been retained but i am not able to import any LDAP users.

Are there any log/configuration files i can check for errors?

Also, any guidance on the correct syntac, ldap attributes to be using for AD would help.

Regards
Antonio



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